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1. To lawyers, antiquarians, historians, and politicians, as well as officers going out in the next fleet to India. History of Hastings's trial, complete: including an Ample detail of the debates and proceedings of both Houses of Parliament, from February 17, 1706, to April 23, 1795. on every important Question that arose pending the Prial; with the evidence and speeches at length of the managers on Opening and Summing-up the charges; Refutation of Charges by Mr. Hastings's counsel, with the defence read by himself, and his various addresses and petitions to the court against Delays in the Trial; report of Commons' Committee on the Circumstances that had contributed to its Duration; Testimonies of the Marquis Cornwallis and Others in Favour of Mr. Hastings; debates and judgment of lords on the Charges; proceedings of proprietors of the East-India Company in Consequence of His Acquittal, &c. &c. This Day is published, Neatly printed on a small Type and good Paper, in One Large Volume, 8vo. Price in Boards 10s. 6d. or 11s. 6d. Half-Bound, Calf lettered, and 12s. 6d. Half-Bound with Russia-Backs, lettered, The history of the trial of Warren Hastings, Esq. late Governor-General of Bengal, before the High Court of Parliament in Westminster-Hall, on an impeachment by the Commons of Great-Britain, for high crimes and misdemeanours. Containing the whole of the proceedings and debates in both Houses of Parliament, relating to that celebrated prosecution, from Feb. 17, 1786, until His Acquittal, April 23, 1795. To which is added, an account of the proceedings of Various general courts of the Honourable United East-India Company, held in Consequence of His acquittal [electronic resource]. [1796]


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